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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Dunbar, Willis Frederick, 1902-1970.
Influence of the Protestant denominations on higher education in Michigan, 1817-1900].
[Ann Arbor, Mich., 1940]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Willis Frederick Dunbar
|Notes:||General title taken from Commencement program. Part 3 has caption title only.
Thesis note on labels mounted on title page of pts. 1, 2; p.  of pt. 3.
Reprinted from Michigan alumnus quarterly review, v. 46, nos. 19, 24, Apr., July, 1940 and Michigan history magazine, autumn no., 1940.
|Description:||3 parts 2 illustrations (including portrait) 23-26 cm|
|Contents:||[pt. 1] Centralized state control of education, Michigan's first experiments, 1817-1838.--[pt. 2] The University and its branches, Michigan's second experiemtn in educational centralization.--[pot. 3] Early denominational academies and colleges in Michigan.|